Tory VAT tax rises and Michael Caine … the spoof posters collection

by Stephen Tall on April 9, 2010

On the day that the Lib Dems tried to smoke out the Tories’ true position on whether they’ll jack-up VAT by 3% – annual cost to the average household, £389 – to pay for their unfunded tax-cuts, David Cameron was joined by a man worth £45m who rather likes the Tories’ promise to cut taxes for the wealthiest at the expense of everyone else.

Full marks to Lib Dem HQ who were smartly on the case to splice the two stories memorably together:

Lib Dem blogger Mark Thompson had his own pithy take on it:

And finally, here’s the Tom Jones VAT bomb (please don’t throw your knickers at the screen):

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6 comments

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by Stephen Tall on April 9, 2010 at 7:27 am. Reply #

RT @stephentall New post: Tory VAT tax rises and Michael Caine … the spoof posters collection http://bit.ly/cwBGi9

by HouseofTwitsLib on April 9, 2010 at 7:30 am. Reply #

RT @stephentall New post: Tory VAT tax rises and Michael Caine … the spoof posters collection http://bit.ly/cwBGi9

by House Of Twits on April 9, 2010 at 7:30 am. Reply #

RT @HouseOfTwitsLib: RT @stephentall New post: Tory VAT tax rises and Michael Caine … the spoof posters collection http://bit.ly/cwBGi9

by No john no on April 9, 2010 at 7:32 am. Reply #

http://bit.ly/dur4xK inevitable tory/caine poster spoofs

by Sean Clarke on April 9, 2010 at 8:12 am. Reply #

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